- ‘Ariel Morgan’ Day in Berkeley County to shed light on unsolved murder (ABC News 4).
- East Central Lofts sells for $12.4 million (Post & Courier).
- IOP could be first town in S.C. to ban plastic bags (Post & Courier).
- Officials working to track down more teens involved in mob rampage in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Spero may be the best under-the-radar restaurant in town (Charleston City Paper).
- Tomatoes are Charleston’s go-to produce, year-round (Charleston City Paper).
- The Taco Spot has expanded their downtown location with Apartment A (Facebook).
- Hungry to do something good? Grab a bite for Ryan White (ABC News 4).
- All Americana Crawfish Boil Returns to Home Team on Saturday (HCS).
- Chef Whiting puts vegetables in the spotlight at 492 (Post & Courier).
- Joel Lucas has been named executive chef of Eli’s Table.
- Lewis Barbecue at Revelry Brewing; Garcia’s Tortilla House on Spring (Eater Charleston).
- Charleston women leap into cricket flour business (Post & Courier).
- Báisco Offering $5 Deals During Cinco de Mayo Celebration (HCS).
- Hoagies Are On A Roll (Yelp Charleston).
- Black Restaurants Close In Robust Tourism Industry (The Chronicle).
- Wando High School produces nation’s best restaurant management team (Post & Courier).
- Halls Chophouse Earns a Trio of Impressive Designations (HCS).
- Sprouts & Krauts ushered in the salad bar, ‘healthy’ eating in Charleston (Post & Courier).
- The Windjammer has announced that Robert Randolph and The Family Band have rescheduled their show to 8/12 (Windjammer).
- DT Taco Boy to Host Mexican Mutt Strut & Talent Show on Sunday (HCS).
- No. 18 CofC Baseball Climbs National Polls (Live 5 News).
- The Cinco De Mex 1 Block Party Returns this Saturday (HCS).
- Cyclists whip through streets of Park Circle for racing event (Live 5 News).
- Stingrays crushed in Game 6 vs. Reading; will play first-ever Game 7 at North Charleston Coliseum (Live 5 News).
- Prohibition to Host Kentucky Derby Party & Champagne Happy Hour (HCS).
- Alcohol to be sold at College of Charleston baseball games (News 2).
- Long path to stardom: Clemson’s versatile Vic Beasley ready for NFL (Post & Courier).
- What to see at the North Charleston Arts Festival (Charleston City Paper).
- The Alley Gives Back on Lowcountry Giving Day (HCS).
- Athlete of the Week: Robert Smith (ABC News 4).
- Local Red Cross to host free community event next week as part of Lowcountry Giving Day (Post & Courier).
- Charleston City Council approves 4,500 home development (Live 5 News).
- Mount Pleasant holds public meeting about Growth Management Plan (Live 5 News).
- Bill to lessen the importance of video recording in drunk driving cases up for debate (News 2).
- Savannah Long plan offsets massive development by funding roads projects (ABC News 4).
- Senate Ethics Committee fines House member $6K (Live 5 News).
- Testy Senate panel debate on roads could mirror floor fight (ABC News 4).
- Authorities: Berkeley County Courthouse cleared after suspicious letter unfounded (ABC News 4).
- Berkeley County School District hosting meet-and-greet with superintendent finalists (Live 5 News).
- CPD takes Town Hall meetings to the Twitterverse (ABC News 4).
- Power restored for customers in W. Ashley neighborhood after car hits utility pole (Live 5 News).
- SC watchdog questions agency, nonprofit spending on wetlands (ABC News 4).
- Report critical of wetlands deal that lured Boeing’s suppliers to North Charleston (Post & Courier).
- Baltimore Native Living in Charleston Calls Riots “Scary and Depressing” (News 2).
- Charleston Open Source seeks to fill local tech talent gap (Post & Courier).
- Colleton County standoff ends with suspect in custody (ABC News 4).
- Roses making return to Charleston area (Post & Courier).
- 8 startups chosen to compete for $100k in Rise of the Rest pitch competition (Charleston Regional Business Journal).
- Eyewitness to the collapse: Medal of Honor recipient watched the fall of Saigon 40 years ago (Post & Courier).
- Giant autoclave curing parts at Boeing SC research center (ABC News 4).
- Highway 165 in Dorchester County getting major improvements (News 2).
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